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Load a served license file to the LLS without the use of FlexNet Operations

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Load a served license file to the LLS without the use of FlexNet Operations

Summary

This article will explain how to load a served license file to the LLS without the use of FNO (FlexNet Operations).

Synopsis

This article will explain how to load a served license file to the LLS without the use of FNO (FlexNet Operations).

Discussion

The following steps assume you have the LLS (Local License Server) up and running.

Steps to load a served license file to the LLS without the use of FNO.

Step 1 - Created the license file with any text editor, Notepad was used here. Copy and paste the section below....

#License file:
SERVER ZEUS 000C2914BD78
INCREMENT JoeMc fnedemo 1.0 permanent 4

#Note: Change the host on the server line to the hostname and MAC address of your machine. Also, change 'fnedemo' to your identity name.

Step 2 - Creating response file. Open a command prompt and run the 'capresponseutil.bat' utility with the commands below, using the license file created above.

PS C:\Users\jmcmillan\Desktop\flexnetls-x64_windows-2017.08.0\flexnetls-x64_windows-2017.08.0\bin\tools> .\capresponseutil.bat -id .\IdentityBackOffice_NoFNO.bin -host 000C2914BD78 -idtype ETHERNET .\license.txt license.bin

Step 3 - Loading response file. Open another command prompt and run the 'flexnetlsadmin.bat' utility with the commands below, using the response file created above.

PS C:\Users\jmcmillan\Desktop\flexnetls-x64_windows-2017.08.0\flexnetls-x64_windows-2017.08.0\enterprise> .\flexnetlsadmin.bat -server http://localhost:7070/api/1.0/instances/~ -activate -load .\license.bin

License should now be added to the LLS.

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